ARLENE DAY - a sales girl, 21, very quick on the trigger, has a shrewd sense of humor with a dry, humorous way of speaking. In dress and appearance, looks like your typical shop girl.
SELENA BARNES - a waitress, 21, small and plump in appearance, not unattractive and speaks in a high, squeaky voice with a lisp. Should be a good foil for Arlene.
GRAYCE JOHNSTON - a music student, in her early 20's. Tall and thin, severe in speech and appearance, and wears conservative clothes.
ROSIE - a maid, either young or middle-aged. Teutonic type, stout, tidy in appearance, her cheeks are usually flushed, very slow-witted.
HANNAH WILLIAMS - a romantic young lady, 20. Tall and willowy, and wears attractive clothes. her manner should be exuberant and breathless. She never walks, but flutters; never talks, but gushes.
PHYLLIS DEERING - a newspaper woman, 23, has a nice appearance. Rather quiet to charm, good sense of humor and intelligent manner.
CLAUDIE VANDERMEER - a home girl, 22. Tall, blonde, nicely-built and attractive in a rather obvious way. Slinky and langoruous in her manner, an always posing.
MRS MCCARTHY - a landlady, 45. Stout and buxom, but the live-wire type. Not overly intelligent, with a penchant for talking a great deal.
LULU ANN SMITH - a girl from the South, 18. Small, dark, wispy and very charming. Has a winsome smile, a ready laugh and speaks with a pleasing Southern accent.
MISS VERNE - a woman of mystery, 25. Wears conservative business clothes, and is a little mannish in appearance. Her manner is secretive and she gives the impression of being well able to take care of herself.
RAY CARTWRIGHT - an actress, about 40. Was probably a beauty in her day, but now her charm is rather faded, her clothes shabby. In voice and manner she is a cultivated, intelligent person.